Mrs. Daniel Palladino
Richardson on shop bookkeeper. he with under into me 'Fowl'Play in Hen Roost Heading for Sudden End Bitter-end jguns day's to abandoned sharp (D-Pla), getting sat Everyone has heard of talking dogs, but we hope one dog in particular particular is unable to read. If he can, he may escape the trap police are laying for him this morning. The police dragnet haÂ« been out for this criminal canine since yesterday yesterday morning when three eye- witnessra identified hini as the culprit culprit .Responsible for the "fowl" work afoot on Grove street. Two of the witnesses are Mrs. Daniel Palladino, 1088 Grove street, and her daughter, Ruth, who have been missing chickens chickens since % Monday morning.- Suspecting two-legged varmints with a yen for Southern Fried, they rose early yesterday morning to catch the theif in the act. At about 6 o'clock, the culprit -- a brown and white spotted dog--stole into their chicken yard and began chasing the birds. Before he could be driven off, a mother hen and two baby chicks were killed. While'Mrs. Palladino notified the Pottstown police, her daughter trailed the dog as he made an unsuccessful tour of all the chicken yards m the neighborhood. Like Jimmy Valentine, however, he made a smooth getaway before Patrolman Thomas A. Lawler arrived. At first the Palladinos thought the dog belonged witness, the paper the third eye- boy delivering , their route. Questioning revealed that the dog had followed him the vicinity of RohlsEnd street for the past few mornings and that boy had seen him chasing chickens in other yards. At 5:45 o'clock this morning, the police wfil be on hand at the Palladino Palladino hen roost to remove the public enemy from circulation.